Born out of the shallow waters of Venetian lagoon, is the place like no other. The city that literally floats on water or at least appears to be, was the greatest port of the world at one time.
Built by the Venetian merchants to protect from Adriatic, this city of wealth now known as "city of masks" , "city of water", "city of bridges", "queen of Adriatic " is unique in every possible way.
This welcoming city of #Venice can be overwhelming by admirers but if traveled patiently, this city can return the most profound moments of bliss and beauty.
We landed at the Treveso airport in late afternoon, from where it takes 40 minutes to reach the heart of Venice by bus. We reached Piazzale Roma where we booked our stay. By the evening after freshening up, the trip started around the city of Venice.
Streets of Venice
A walk across the narrow streets of Venice is like walking in preserved secrets of history. These narrow streets surrounded by the centuries old buildings have feel which is one of a kind.
Restaurants with really cool and casual ambiance and a live in the moment kind of vibes really keep the eyes open.
This is a place where one can see a boat jam, which is like a normal traffic jam replaced by boats.
After walk of quite some distance, we reached the oldest bridge over the Grand Canal.